Attributes of God
Caleb Norrick • Sermon • • 14 views
Immutability of God How hav you changed over the last 10-15 years? I hope as we continue through this series that have a high view of God—that is the goal of this study. The church has always been at its highest point when it has the highest view of God. During the great Reformation of the 16th century…
Jamie Spry • Sermon • • 2 views
Intro We are continuing our series on God is... Last week we looked at how God is Sovereign Literally “God is in supreme control of everything” We traced that out by looking at the story of Joseph Thrown in a pit by his brothers, slave in Egypt, thrown in jail in Egypt, then become the 2nd in command…
Flesh on Faith: The Letter of James
Andrew Slay • Sermon • • 7 views
Introduction When things don’t go as planned with your performance, do you play the “blame game”? When you lose a game, make a critical error or bomb a performance, do you pin the fault on someone else? How many times have you heard athletes or teammates say, “If my teammate didn’t mess up, we would…
Pastor C. H. Jr. • Sermon • • 0 views
Introduction- Faith in God vs. Faith in Prayer According to GLENN PEASE Job said, "Though he slay me yet will I trust Him." Now that is faith in God. Faith in prayer says, "God, if you let me down, I will forsake you." It is the ultimate in presumption, for in essence it is saying, "God, you do my will,…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 39 views
Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. Immutability - means God doesn’t change. In terms of his essence , that means he never has less or more power. He is always infinite. In terms of his Character , that means his character never changes. Contrast this with humanity - We are in a…
The Attributes of God
Bill Woody • Sermon • • 2 views
The God Who Created You Is Unchangeable (The Immutability of God) Introduction: 1. The God Who Created You Is a Just God. 2. The God Who Created You Is A Holy God. 3. The God Who Created You Is A Faithful God. 4. The God Who Created You Is An Eternal God. 5. The God Who Created You Is A Changeless God.…
Life After Ressurection
Sammy Ramos • Sermon • • 20 views
The disciples return to what they know how to do: fishing. Jesus calls them back to into the mission of God... the exact same way he called them the first time.
The Attributes of God
Kyle Linville • Sermon • • 89 views
Immutability God’s immutability is his perfect unchangeability in his essence, character, purpose, and promises. The quality of not being susceptible to change. In theology it signifies the attribute, or perfection, of God whereby he remains the same in his divine nature and purpose. 1. He is eternally…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 38 views
Moses is given a tremendous and burdensome task in Ex 3:7-10. But Moses does not know or fully understand the LORD. In this text, God gives him 2 names that are meant to overcome his fear and empower him to do God’s will.
Hebrews: Jesus is Better
To run the Christian life well, we need to stay healthy. Hebrews 13 describes how we can keep our faith healthy by following leaders who lived and finished their race demonstrating an unwavering devotion to their unchanging Lord. We need those examples and that same foundational focus because there's no shortage of false teaching out there that would threaten our undivided allegiance to Christ alone.
That You May be Certain
Jon Denney • Mt. Zion Baptist Church • Sermon • • 12 views • 38:10
While God does not change, how He deals with us in life does change. This change always has a design and purpose to it. In Luke 5:33-39 Jesus, who is God and unchangeable, reveals changes about what God is doing.
"God's Report" is a message inclined to tailor your ear to listen and believe God's word vs mans word when things go viral. Furthermore, this message continues to talk about the importance of staying true to "God's Report" during this global pandemic. What is God saying through and as a result of the pandemic crisis in which the world faces today? Tune in, as Pastor Mack reminds us through "God's Report", that "Because He Lives, You and I Can Face Tomorrow"!
Jesus is Greater (Book of Hebrews)
First Baptist Church of Stryker • Sermon • • 9 views
Before leaving this "detour" into Christian immaturity and getting back to his discussion of Jesus' greater High Priesthood, the author gives one more good reason why we should progress: the immutable (unchangeable) promises of God, giving us three examples to prove why we can have faith and patience in them. An expository sermon from Heb. 6:13-20. Sermon begins at about 29:30.